Monday, June 5, 2017

Portland State study cited in opposition to Trimet budget proposal

By Anna Williams
May 29, 2017

Courtesy of Opal PDX
A Trimet Board of Directors meeting to approve its new $1.2 billion budget on May 24 attracted a crowd of activists condemning an $11.5 million line item to build a new transit police precinct near the Convention Center in Northeast Portland.  The board unanimously approved the budget after hearing testimony from over a dozen people who had either experienced discrimination on transit themselves or who witnessed it of minorities.

Read the full article at the Vanguard website here.

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